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Naked smoothie Tesco Meal Deal £3.00

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Bit of an acquired taste but just seen that the Naked smoothies are now included in the Tesco £3 meal deal. These are usually £2.36 on their own. Makes a change from the usual fizzy pop. Will be natio… Read More
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Bit of an acquired taste but just seen that the Naked smoothies are now included in the Tesco £3 meal deal. These are usually £2.36 on their own. Makes a change from the usual fizzy pop. Will be national.
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1 Like #1
And only 30% sugar !
1 Like #3
I had this deal the other day, makes a good saving depending on what sandwich would you get
#4
More sugar than a Coke in one of these.
#5

Duplicates are OK after more than 4 weeks. Just shows that this isn't a particularly recent development
#6


Ah, I did search but nothing under Naked.... will try that on Google now
1 Like #7
Also available from Boots who have far better meal deal offers than Tesco.
#8
Wow that's a lot of sugar, defeats the purpose really, heat added for variety.
#9
Taste so good but green one looks ugly
10 Likes #10
Everyone banging on about sugar it's naturally occurring sugar, so it's the sugar that comes in the fruit. Fizzy pop has high sugar content but is not even sugar, it's high fructose corn syrup
#11
Been like this for a while
2 Likes #12
husna2000
Taste so good but green one looks ugly


The green one is actually pretty nice. Tried the added protein one the other day and it was vile, tasted like shampoo oO
2 Likes #13
Can you drink it naked ?! What about in store too?!
3 Likes #14
ashraf86uk
Everyone banging on about sugar it's naturally occurring sugar, so it's the sugar that comes in the fruit. Fizzy pop has high sugar content but is not even sugar, it's high fructose corn syrup
+1
Don't eat fruit - Mars bars have less 'sugar'... ;)

Edited By: Mermoo on Sep 04, 2016 09:08
3 Likes #15
Makes me laugh all these 'high sugar' posts from the nutritional experts! Have a look where the sugar is derived from before comparing it to a can of coke X)
7 Likes #16
Breaking News: HUKD Food Police discover that blending multiple fruits into a smoothie results in a high sugar content drink.

Edited By: mamboboy on Sep 04, 2016 10:50
3 Likes #17
The source of sugar really doesn't matter. It's the same thing. You can laugh, but you are the one that's wrong.
2 Likes #18
ashraf86uk
Everyone banging on about sugar it's naturally occurring sugar, so it's the sugar that comes in the fruit. Fizzy pop has high sugar content but is not even sugar, it's high fructose corn syrup

john54321
Makes me laugh all these 'high sugar' posts from the nutritional experts! Have a look where the sugar is derived from before comparing it to a can of coke X)

cybergibbons
The source of sugar really doesn't matter. It's the same thing. You can laugh, but you are the one that's wrong.

As above... sugar is sugar. Where it comes from doesn't make too much of a difference when it is in such high quantities. Anyone who thinks just because it comes from fruit its healthy is not so well informed...
1 Like #19
What i meant was comparing the sugar in a can of coke to the sugar in a fruit based drink is stupid, yes the molecular structure is the same but what about the vitamins from the fruit based drink? What about the artificial additives/flavourings/colourings/E-Numbers in the can of Coke?

People look at the sugar in this drink and then compare it to a Coke and say ''look this has more sugar than a can of Coke, i might as well buy a Coke''
#20
Good to have this in their deal. Just as Sainsburys slash their range of sandwiches included in their £3 meal deal. No more lunch deals at Sainsburys for me.
#21
ashraf86uk
Everyone banging on about sugar it's naturally occurring sugar, so it's the sugar that comes in the fruit. Fizzy pop has high sugar content but is not even sugar, it's high fructose corn syrup


It's still Alot of sugar. Your body works better if you eat fruit, smoothies take out the whole fibre aspect of it. Sugar, processed or not in such quantities is too much in one hit!
#22
itsdavidjones1984
ashraf86uk
Everyone banging on about sugar it's naturally occurring sugar, so it's the sugar that comes in the fruit. Fizzy pop has high sugar content but is not even sugar, it's high fructose corn syrup


It's still Alot of sugar. Your body works better if you eat fruit, smoothies take out the whole fibre aspect of it. Sugar, processed or not in such quantities is too much in one hit!


Are we sure about the Fibre aspect of smoothies? I know the sugar from a can of coke is just empty calories that the body turns to fat as there is nothing else in the drink for your body to do anything with but I was on the understanding that fruit sugars are processed differently due to the presence of fibre in the drink? Happy to be proven wrong. On a slightly side note I do wonder about the presence of "blue green algae" in the ingredients. Rivers and lakes keep getting closed to swimmers due to this algae growth!
#23
As others have said sugar is sugar doesnt matter if it comes from a fruit smoothie... after so youve had so many vitamins your body will excrete them in urine. Sugar will convert to fat plus rot your teeth.
#24
Not to be confused with other naked smoothies.
http://67.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_mbn0bk1vIq1rid9ppo1_500.jpg
#25
Oh well that escalated
#26
japes
itsdavidjones1984
ashraf86uk
Everyone banging on about sugar it's naturally occurring sugar, so it's the sugar that comes in the fruit. Fizzy pop has high sugar content but is not even sugar, it's high fructose corn syrup
It's still Alot of sugar. Your body works better if you eat fruit, smoothies take out the whole fibre aspect of it. Sugar, processed or not in such quantities is too much in one hit!
Are we sure about the Fibre aspect of smoothies? I know the sugar from a can of coke is just empty calories that the body turns to fat as there is nothing else in the drink for your body to do anything with but I was on the understanding that fruit sugars are processed differently due to the presence of fibre in the drink? Happy to be proven wrong. On a slightly side note I do wonder about the presence of "blue green algae" in the ingredients. Rivers and lakes keep getting closed to swimmers due to this algae growth!

I think the difference in a smoothie is that the sugar has been released from the majority of the cells that make the fruit, hence it is much more readily absorbed whereas when you eat whole fruit your teeth aren't as efficient as a blender at breaking down these cells, hence it takes longer for the sugars to be released and consequently take longer to get into your blood.

Afaik there has been some literature on the effect blending has on fibre but can't find it now. Mentioned that it is still useful but not the same as whole fibre.

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